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Il Flexi PASS offre la possibilità di conoscere Vienna in 30 giorni. A partire dal primo utilizzo, il Flexi PASS è valido per 30 giorni - sarete voi a decidere quando utilizzare il Flexi PASS in questo periodo di tempo. Anche il pubblico locale lo utilizza per visitare attrazioni che non hanno ancora visitato.
Il Flexi PASS vi dà diritto di scegliere tra 30 attrazioni turistiche e di acquistare un pass per 3, 4 o 5 attrazioni turistiche. Risparmiate il vostro tempo, come con il Vienna PASS, grazie alle fast lanes presso alcune attrazioni turistiche; inoltre, riceverete un libretto con la spiegazione di tutte le attrazioni turistiche e dei servizi offerti.
|€ 45,00||€ 22,50|
|4 Sights||€ 55,00||€ 27,50|
|5 Sights||€ 65,00||€ 32,50|
You can choose from the following attractions with the Flexi PASS:
- Vienna Sightseeing Tours, Walking Tour, and Hop on, hop off for 24 hours
With the Hop on, hop off bus tour including a city walking tour you get a quick and convenient overview of the most important attractions.
- Giant Ferris Wheel
There is saying that goes whoever has not enjoyed the breath-taking view of Vienna from the Giant Ferris Wheel was never in Vienna.
The Giant Ferris Wheel is not only a symbol of the world famous Prater, but also one of the best-known landmarks of Vienna.
- The Schönbrunn Zoo
The Vienna Zoo is the oldest existing zoo in the world. It was founded in 1752, and its birthday is celebrated on 31 July which is the day records show as being when Emperor Franz I Stephan first visited the zoo.
- Upper Belvedere
IIn the Upper Belvedere there is a permanent exhibit of world-famous masterpieces.
- Danube Tower
The Danube Tower is Vienna’s highest landmark. From the observation deck at a height of 150 metres visitors have a 360° breath-taking view over the cityIn the Upper Belvedere there is a permanent exhibit of world-famous masterpieces.
- Imperial Treasury Vienna
The Imperial Treasury at the Imperial Palace is part of the former collections of the House of Habsburg and Habsburg-Lothringen, where objects with the highest dynastic or religious significance were stored.
- Natural History Museum
An amazing 1,664 birds representing a total of 804 species were on file in 1806 at the Natural History Museum. Today, there are around 30 million items on display including the world-famous Venus of Willendorf.
- Spanish Riding School
The Imperial Palace is home to the Spanish Riding School, the oldest and last remaining riding school for classical equitation. It was founded in 1572 and fascinates people young and old even today.
- The Imperial Burial Vault
The Imperial Burial Vault is a burial place for the Habsburg and Habsburg-Lothringen dynasties in Vienna.
- The State Hall at the Austrian National Library
In the 18th century Emperor Karl VI had the former court library built as its own wing in the imperial residence. His statue stands in the middle of the State Hall surrounded by four magnificent Venetian globes.
- Kunst Haus Wien – Museum Hundertwasser
The Hundertwasser Museum is located in the Kunst Haus Wien, which was founded in 1991 by Friedensreich Hundertwasser, one of the most important Austrian artists of the 20th century.
- House of Music
The House of Music is an interactive sound museum and showcases new and innovative ways to approach the topic of music. Immerse yourself in the world of sounds.
- 5D Cinema, Walk of Stars, Laser Spy, and Vienna Flight at the Prater
A rickshaw ride over the Great Wall of China, flight animation starting in the tunnels of Vienna’s sewer system, or the option of crossing a laser course. The 5D Cinema at the Prater is an attraction for the whole family.
- Beethoven Pasqualati House
Ludwig van Beethoven lived a total of eight years on and off in this house and composed among other pieces Fidelio, one of his most famous operas.
- Collection of Anatomical Pathology in the Madhouse Tower
On the premises of today’s university campus there is a building in the form of a Bundt cake called the Madhouse Tower. It is a monument to the history of medical care and medicine at the end of the 18th century. The collection of anatomical pathology was established in 1796.
- Haydn’s House
This was Haydn’s residence for twelve years, and the place where he composed much of his later work, including the splendid oratorios The Creation and The Seasons.
- Jewish Museum of the City of Vienna and Museum Judenplatz
The Jewish Museum is the museum for Jewish history, Jewish culture, and Jewish religion in Austria and it operates the Museum am Judenplatz.
- Johann Strauss Apartment
It was here that son of Johann Strauss composed his most famous The Beautiful Danube Waltz in 1867.
- Klosterneuburg Monastery
Klosterneuburg Monastery lies northwest of Vienna in the city of Klosterneuburg and belongs to the Congregation of the Austrian St. Augustine Men’s Choir.
- Leopold Museum
The Leopold Museum is an art museum in Vienna known for its exceptional collection of Schiele and Klimt.
- Mozart's House in Vienna
Mozart’s House is situated in the 1st District of Vienna (Innere Stadt) not far from St. Stephan’s Cathedral. On the first floor you will find Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s only to-date preserved flat in Vienna. He lived here from the end of September 1784 to the end of April 1787.
The Museum of Modern Art Foundation Ludwig Vienna is a state museum in the MuseumsQuartier.
- Augarten Porcelain Museum
The Porcelain Museum illustrates the history of Viennese porcelain with over 150 representative historical exhibits from various artistic eras.
- Schlumberger Wine Cellar
Schlumberger Wine Cellar is the oldest champagne cellars in Austria. This romantic labyrinth of cellars measuring several kilometres offers a fascinating mix of innovation and tradition.
- Schubert’s Birthplace
Franz Schubert was born here and spent the first four-and-a-half years of his life in the house on Nussdorfer Straße.
- Schubert’s Place of Death
Franz Schubert only lived for two-and-a-half months in the flat where he died.
- Sigmund Freud Museum
The Sigmund Freud Museum was not only a private living space for the famous psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, but also a practice. Today the museum gives visitors a glimpse into his life. The Museum features the original furnishings, including the waiting room as well as a selection of Freud’s private antique collection, autographs, and first editions of his works.
- Schönbrunn Desert House
The Schönbrunn Desert House offers a whole range of animal attractions from fish to touch, a labyrinth for desert mole rats, poisonous rattle snakes, and lively spiny mice.
The Albertina has one ofth largest and most valuale graphic collections in the world.
- Beethoven Museum
The life and work of Ludwig van Beethoven are inseparably bound up with Vienna. In 1787, the composer first came to the city to study with Mozart, from 1792 onwards he lived permanently here. The Beethocen Museum is to draw upon the latest scholarship in presenting the life and work of the classical composer.
- The Imperial Burial Vault
The Imperial Burial Vault is a burial place for the Habsburg and the Habsburg-Lothringen dynasties in Vienna.
- Schönbrunn Panorama Train
The Schönbrunn Oanorama Train is a miniature train wich runs from the middle of March to the end of October in the garden at Schönbrunn Palace. Visitors can explore the expansive garden comfortably and tracel by the most important attraction in the park as well as Schönbrunn Palace itself and the zoo.
- Art History Museum
The Art History Museum grew out of the collections of the Hansburgs and was built by Emeror Franz Josef and officially opened in 1891.
- Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds Vienna is a museum with wax figures of prominent peope and a tourist attraction in the famos Prater.
- DDSG City cruise
See the modern and historic sides of Vienna on a city cruise with the comfortable MS Blue Danube. The route takes you along the Danube Canal. It is flanked by architectural highlights such as the Urania observatory, Jean Nouvel’s hotel and commercial building, Hans Hollein’s Media Tower, Otto Wagner’s Schützenhaus and the Spittelau waster incineration plant designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser. On the way back, you can see modern Vienna with ist graffiti artwork and trendy bars drift by.
- MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts
Unlike almost any other museum the MAK stands for the fruitful combination of past and future.
- MAK Branch Geymüllerschlössel
At the Geymüllerschlössel, a jewel of Biedermeier architecture in Vienna’s Pötzleinsdorf neighborhood, the MAK shows furniture from the Empire and Biedermeier periods, old Viennese clocks from the collection of Franz Sobek, and interventions by contemporary artists and designers.